# HH\Vector::skip

Returns a `Vector`

containing the values after the `$n`

-th element of the
current `Vector`

```
public function skip(
int $n,
): Vector<Tv>;
```

The returned `Vector`

will always be a subset (but not necessarily a
proper subset) of the current `Vector`

. If `$n`

is greater than or equal to
the length of the current `Vector`

, the returned `Vector`

will contain no
elements. If `$n`

is negative, the returned `Vector`

will contain all
elements of the current `Vector`

.

`$n`

is 1-based. So the first element is 1, the second 2, etc.

## Parameters

`int $n`

- The last element to be skipped; the`$n+1`

element will be the first one in the returned`Vector`

.

## Return Values

`Vector<Tv>`

- A`Vector`

that is a subset of the current`Vector`

containing values after the specified`$n`

-th element.